Asbos ban Trowbridge pensioners from feeding pigeons
Wiltshire Council said they had been emptying carrier bags of bird feed around the town several times a day.
The council said the action was "in the interest of public health".
Procedures over a third Asbo being pursued by the council have been adjourned until next month.
Wiltshire CouncilIn one case neighbours could not use their own garden or allow their children to play”
"The cause of the pigeon problem was attributed to the excessive feeding of pigeons by three individuals," said a council spokesperson.
"The feeding also seriously affected residents around where the ladies live. In one case neighbours could not use their own garden or allow their children to play because the level of bird faeces and rat activity was a risk to public health."
With previous attempts by the council to stop the women failing, the process of applying for an Asbo was started in 2010.
Bread ban The Asbos issued by magistrates in Chippenham prevent Rogowa, of Langford Road, and Reynolds, of Bradley Road, from excessively feeding any wildlife or birds for five years.
They are also not allowed to purchase more than 3kgs (6.6lbs) of bird food or more than three loaves of bread in a transaction on any one day or throw or put down any food item outside their home or get anyone else to do it for them.
Councillor Keith Humphries, cabinet member for public health, said: "Regrettably we have had to take this action in the interest of public health to protect residents and visitors to the town.
"However, we will continue to offer support to the ladies, as we recognise this is a very sensitive issue."